10 Signs You Are Failing As A Church Blogger

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The idea of creating a list of do’s and dont’s is not very appealing. Honestly, the very thought of parroting something that has already been said online is actually revolting for me. My heart does not reach for any old bloggers, but for the church to do blogging well.

Instead, I’d like to share with you some of my own experiences with church blogging as well as the views of others. I actually crowdsourced the first half of this list, asking for their thoughts and some of them shared their own. So below is a list of ten signs you are failing as a church blogger.

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Working on My Novel

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I don’t know if I want to laugh or cry. Working On My Novel is a book written by Corey Arcangel on the difficult process of — as I am sure you can imagine — writing a novel. It is a collection of tweets from the many aspiring writers. Some funny, others sad, but all coming […]

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How-To Talk to Church Tech [Video]

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Don’t let the look of fear in the church tech’s eyes (pictured above) make you think that these tips for talking with church techies won’t make life easier. In fact, if you are a church tech, you may want to consider sharing this — it’s sure to help.

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Drawn by Faith

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I would like to introduce you to Drawn by Faith. Drawn by Faith is a collection of Biblical, faith-based illustrations by Drew Pocza that could be a valuable creative resource for various ministry needs. His a sample of Drew’s illustrations:

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Kano – Teaching Kids How-To Build a Computer

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Let’s face it. Technology is really popular right now. It’s also something that is important for kids to learn about, so they can become creators of technology and not just consumers. The Church has an amazing opportunity to capture the attention of this next generation with technology, as well as encourage them to use technology […]

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Who Manages the Internet’s Address Book? [Video]

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A free and open Internet can only remain if we are willing to take-action. It’s not going to remain open and free if we are not willing to do our part to keep it that way. There have been many hurdles in the past and there will be plenty more in the future. In the video […]

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Church Tech Philosophy: Unity through Conformity

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My dad was a pastor for thirty years. I say that to say this: I know what it means to be a living sermon illustration. So, with that established, I’d like to apologize to my church tech guys because they’ll always serve as a blog post illustration for me. This Wednesday night just might go […]

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